By Jovanna Brinck
Courier Staff Reporter
The start of a new school year can be a very stressful time.
Students have to prepare for rigorous coursework and teachers have to schedule their teaching plans.
The maintenance and cleaning that is needed for the new school year is often overlooked. Each year there are about fifty maintenance crew members that work vigorously to organize the classrooms in all of the schools in the New Haven School District.
Maintenance takes turns on which schools to start with. This year, James Logan High School was one of the last schools in the district to get their rooms clean and ready.
Upon talking to James Logan’s principal, Abhi Brar, it was addressed that although all classrooms were ready on the first day of instruction, there were a fair amount of classrooms that weren’t ready when the teachers arrived a few days earlier.